There is no denying that these refried beans taste better than the storebought kind and certainly rival that found in restaurants. It has such a wonderful flavor due to the bacon droppings, cumin, and chili powder. Preparing it in the slow cooker might take a long time, but how good it tastes and the minimal effort it requires proves these refried beans to be a worthy undertaking.
A lot of Mexican food requires a fair bit of preparation and effort, but these refried beans are a nice change in pace that they can cook uninterrupted in a slow cooker for many hours. After they are done cooking, it is a simple matter of draining them, stirring in a few ingredients, and then mashing the mixture.
Another reason this recipe is wonderful is that it is fairly frugal to make- it should cost about $5 for the supplies, but this dish makes for about fourteen servings. If you are looking for an inexpensive side to serve a small crowd, this is the recipe you’ve been looking for.